Not to be missed: Before entering the Park, the OU-540 main access road provides visitors with the opportunity to stop and look at the
historical heritage of the area. Aquis Querquernnis is a Roman site made up of a camp and a "mansio" viaria located on the
banks of the As Conchas, reservoir in the village of Bande. Close by we find the modern Interpretation Centre "Aquae
Querquennae" - Via Nova. The pre-Romanesque church of Santa Comba de Bande is also in this area. Its nave and wallpaintings
are a must for visitors.
In the Park there are routes by car which join the natural lookout points and important places, a route for horse riders and
many rambling options, some quite demanding, over all of the mountains that make up the raia.
Lobios, on the left side and Entrimo on the right, are the Park’s main towns. The offices of the Interpretation Centre are
located in the spa town of Lobios, with its thermal waters from the river Caldo. In the same town and just a few metres
away from the spa are located the Roman remains of the "mansio Aquis Originis", which is open to visitors. Along the stretch
of highway from Lobios to the border pass of Portela do Home the A Fecha waterfall, the highest in Galicia in the rainy
season, can be seen in the distance, as well as many of the Roman road milestones.
From A Terrachá, the municipal capital of Entrimo, which has an interesting church with a baroque facade, there are turnoffs
to the Queguas and O Quinxo mountains, such as the one to the village of Olelas, one of the best places to see cachena
cows. This is native to the area, small with large horns and well adapted to the harsh mountain climate, and which in
recent years has been rescued from the danger of extinction.